Monthly Archives: April 2016

Geum ‘Moonlight Serenade’

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April’s plant of the month at is the glowing Geum ‘Moonlight Serenade’. I adore the creamy-yellow flowers that float above silver-haired stems and leaves. This plant really does brighten up a shady spot. Find out more at: suburban-garden

At the moment our garden is slowly becoming a world of colour. The kerica japonica is awash with yellow  while the tulips are once again putting on a vibrant display. An unnamed pulmonaria plant that every year tries to sprawl across one of our terraces is proving to be a real bee magnet. Then right at the back of the garden underneath a slow growing conifer is a pale pink bergenia that has also captured my heart this year. What plants really make your garden come alive at this time of year?

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